No. 19 Women's Soccer Suffers First Conference Loss to F&M

No. 19 Women's Soccer Suffers First Conference Loss to F&M

CARLISLE, Pa. - Meg Tate netted a second-half brace, but the visiting Franklin & Marshall College Diplomats scored four times in the opening 45-minutes to hold off a late Red Devils charge for a 4-2 win on Saturday afternoon at Dickinson Park.

In the 15th-minute F&M got on the board as Mikaela Timmermans broke through the backline to beat Juiliana Gianni for the 1-0 lead. Dickinson tried to respond shortly after, but Tate was denied by Sara Ghorashi. Sierra Brophy made it 2-0 at the 21:59 mark. DC would be held without a shot the rest of the half, while Haley Barge and Dahlia Pepe scored to make it 4-0 after 45-minutes.

The Devils were on the front foot to begin the second period with Charlotte Glancey having a go at goal in the 54th-minute, before Emma Cooney setup Tate for her first of the match. Then, Dickinson closed to within 4-2 at the 58:39 mark when Macey Mento settled down a bouncing ball to find Tate for her second. Kiera Shoup and Tate would record shots the rest of the way for the home side but were unable to best Ghorashi.

Next on the Pitch

The Red Devils continue Centennial Conference play on Wednesday night when they head to Allentown for a matchup with Muhlenberg at 7 p.m.